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. story tonight from carolyn tyler. >>reporter: tim says he was bussed by a woman catholic church whp avenues young boy but took him 30 years to come forward this causes severe injuries that has life long effects crippling injury and sometimes you don't understand that until decades later. >>reporter: he came to the california supreme court where the justices are sdaiding how latest too late to bring a clergy abuse lawsuit. the case involves late reverend donald who once served at saint joe parish in hayward. 6 brothers say he molested them during the 1970's. but they did not link that to their psychological problems until 2006. that was three years after the california legislature extended the statute of limitations and open add one year window in 2003 for victims to sue. the spokesman for the oakland day cease believes that means time is up. >> that statute of limitation that in 2003 opened up that opportunity many gave hundreds and hundreds of people throughout the state their day in court. all but l several of those case were his settled including many that included the dio
in budget cuts. i'm cheryl jennings in for carolyn johnson. >> dan: i'm dan ashley. he unveiled his possible the ted when it was mistakenly posted on line. it projected $9.2 billion and calls for $4.2 billion in cuts. assumes they will pass higher sales tax increase and in they don't i
not yet. good evening. carolyn has the night off. >> one mr. year of painful cuts before it gets any better. that's the word from the governor tonight. he was forced to reveal the new budget after state workers mistakenly posted it on line 5 days early projecting 9.2 bill collar deficit and calls for 4.2 billion dollars in cuts f.voters reject a fall tax initiative to raise sales tax and raise income tax on the rich it also calls for cuts to education with 4.8 billion dollars. 3 week ofs school. lillian is here now with this new and what many hopeless round of cuts. >> the budget deficit projected for next year is smaller and more manageable than what we have seen in lease interest years. but the governor is still calling for deep cuts. critic say it's california poor who will be bearing most of the burden. >> i can't find a job. kind of hard. having no job skills. >>reporter: mark kelly has been out of work for a year. today he wept to the alameda county social services agency to apply for cal work. california welfare to work cash assistance program which he says should help h
. carolyn has the night off. >> one mr. year of painful cuts before it gets any better. that's the word from the governor tonight. he was forced to reveal the new budget after state workers mistakenly posted it on line 5 days early projecting 9.2 bill collar deficit and calls for 4.2 billion dollars in cuts f.voters reject a fall tax initiative to raise sales tax and raise income tax on the rich it also calls for cuts to education with 4.8 billion dollars. 3 week ofs school. lillian is here now with this new and what many hopeless round of cuts. >> the budget deficit projected for next year is smaller and more manageable than what we have seen in lease interest years. but the governor is still calling for deep cuts. critic say it's california poor who will be bearing most of the burden. >> i can't find a job. kind of hard. having no job skills. >>reporter: mark kelly has been out of work for a year. today he wept to the alameda county social services agency to apply for cal work. california welfare to work cash assistance program which he says should help him pay for basic expense
. >> reporter: tils about the theme. it's the white house. we are thrilled to have carolyn kennedy as the hop rarey chair. her mother founded the historical association. >> reporter: what day is carolyn coming out, ms. kenny? >> she is not. it's in recognition of her mother's great work. she will not be coming. we are open every day starting at 11:00, today. it's $20, general admissions. we have lots of events between now and sunday for people to come and see and learn, fun things lectures, including a saturday lecture at 3:00 with roland mesny, the former white house pastry chef. he will be on stage with gail hattiesburg, the social secretary for president and mrs. reagan. >> what do people love most about this event? >> they love everything to see and do. last night was preview night. we are standing in the lone exhibit. then already events along with the 45 outstanding dealers from across the country and europe. so there's lots to see and do. >> speaking of this exhibit, i'm going to go chat with leslie crohn's, the curator of this exhibit. it's called treasures of the first family. >> tal
calls. one to the kennedys, the other to the bissets, this after hope ended of finding john and carolyn alive. >> elian gonzalez is in cuba, and will spend time with his family in havana. >> after five weeks of often bruising political and legal wrangling, the historic presidential election ended last night on two notes of civility. >> nascar superstar dale earnhardt is being remembered as one of the greats in auto racing history. the death overshadowed the finish of the daytona 500. >> for those of you just joining us, abc's continuing live coverage on the terrorist attack on the united states. i'm derek mcginty. and at this hour, emergency crews are sifting through the tons of rubble looking for victims of the world trade center attack. as the rescue efforts here and at the pentagon continue, so does the search for those who did this. >> we begin with breaking news, a continental express plane slams into a house in upstate new york and bursts into flames. there are at least four dozen deaths. >> we begin this morning with the developing story from west virginia, a coal mine explosion
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